Beatrice Lillie

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Noun1.Beatrice Lillie - British actress (born in Canada) (1898-1989)
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Part One, subtitled "The Saccharine and the Sacred", opens with Mitchell Morris's exploration of Canadian-born entertainer Beatrice Lillie, whose song "There Are Fairies at the Bottom of Our Garden" became an unexpected hit when performed on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1952.
'ON APPROVAL' AND 'THE COLOMBIAN CONNECTION': Inception Media Group has announced the release on Blu-ray of the British film classic On Approval, a comedy of manners starring Clive Brook, Roland Culver, Beatrice Lillie and Googie Withers.
It includes new exhibits about the police and the last Lady Peel of the direct line, actress and film star, Beatrice Lillie.
Add to that a circumstantial haze of news about fellow travelers whose letters are not included--Laurence Olivier, Vivien Leigh, Tallulah Bankhead, Beatrice Lillie ("Lady Peel" to her friends)--plus dozens of photographs, and you have a well-rounded portrait of one of the 20th century's most discussed gay artists.
"Thoroughly Modern Millie," the movie, is a 1967 musical comedy film directed by George Roy Hill and starring Julie Andrews, James Fox, Mary Tyler Moore, John Gavin, Carol Channing, Beatrice Lillie and Pat Morita.
Noel Coward once worked for him, as did Bob Hope, Beatrice Lillie and Gertrude Lawrence.